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NetData is a tool that is based on Python and is supposed to collect statistics on active network adapters.
After the data has been colleced it is stored using a MySQL database. Remote hosts also have the ability to log to the master MySQL server. All data is graphed using phpgraphlib.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Plot and store data on connections on all active network adapters.
Determine information on the default route, number of network adapters, and number of network interfaces by class.
Store information in a MySQL database (SQL database) so that remote computers can be monitored.
Associate routed statistics with the interface that is connected to the host.

Depending on the parameters you pass in to NetData Activation Code, it will produce graphs and statistics. The following parameters are supported:
IP address range to be monitored (Default is any network connected to the host)
Interface to collect data from. There are both Management and Virtual functions.

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Here’s the same example used in the eshell manual.
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Runs as a daemon in the background.
Avoids idle time
Avoids possible DoS
Collects stats for active network adapters.
Supports and has an XMLRPC interface.
Secure, protected by Remote ShutDown Security
Ability to Add and Remove Nodes.
In the event of a connection lost (as a result of router going down) a
ping is sent to the master server which is stored in a MySQL database.

How to Install:

Copy netdata.py and netdata.conf to netdata.py and netdata.conf in the same directory as the script
Start netdata.py

Example:

Download netdata.py to netdata.py (for example to c:
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Download netdata.conf to c:
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etdata.conf (with spaces in the name)
Start netdata.py
Run netdata.py -r -u -w

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Source Code:
netdata.py
import sys
import pymysql.connections

from threading import Thread
from time import sleep

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Runs as a daemon in the background.
Avoids idle time
Avoids possible DoS
Collects stats for active network adapters.
Supports and has an XMLRPC interface.
Secure, protected by Remote ShutDown Security
Ability to Add and Remove Nodes.
In the event of a connection lost (as a result of router going down) a
ping is sent to the master server which is stored in a MySQL database.

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def main(argv):

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argv
= command line arguments

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# Import needed modules
import datetime
from pymysql.connections import Connection
import time

# Parse command line arguments
if (argv == []):
print(“Command line arguments required”)
return

# Connect to the SQL Server
try:
db = pymysql.connections.Connection(host=”localhost

What’s New In NetData?

NetData is a tool that is based on Python and is supposed to collect statistics on active network adapters. The collected data is stored in a MySQL database. Remote hosts also have the ability to log to the MySQL server. All data is graphed using phpgraphlib.

On host computers running a minimum of Windows XP or Linux, NetData presents a graphical interface with a login box which contains the option of logging in from a local terminal or remotely. There is also an option to temporarily shutdown the computer so that only NetData is collecting and interacting with the computer.
The main NetData user interface displays the following:

The Network Adapter status, a table showing the name of the adapters and their status.
The Network Interface statistics, a table giving the name of the adapters and a graph displaying their current statistics.

The user may also log in to the database remotely and view the interface or import data from it. Once the data is imported, it may be graphically displayed.

Adapters
NetData supports both wired (ethernet) and wireless (wireless) adapters. Currently, the following adapters are supported:

Note that these are by no means an exhaustive list; the program could support many more.
Statistics
NetData supports the following statistics:

Adapter
Statistics

Received IP
Number of IP packets received (by interface or all interfaces)

Transmitted IP
Number of IP packets sent (by interface or all interfaces)

Received Bytes
Number of bytes received (by interface or all interfaces)

Transmitted Bytes
Number of bytes sent (by interface or all interfaces)

Received Packets
Number of packets received (by interface or all interfaces)

Transmitted Packets
Number of packets sent (by interface or all interfaces)

Received Overflow
Number of packets dropped due to receive buffer overflow (by interface or all interfaces)

Transmitted Overflow
Number of packets dropped due to transmit buffer overflow (by interface or all interfaces)

Received Collisions
Number of packets that resulted in a collision (by interface or all interfaces)

Transmitted Collisions
Number of packets that resulted in a collision (by interface or all interfaces)

Received Retries
Number of packets that were retransmitted (by interface or all interfaces)

Transmitted Retries
Number of packets that were retransmitted (by interface or all interfaces)

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System Requirements:

Windows® XP
Windows® Vista™ (SP2 or higher)
4GB free hard disk space
1024×768 screen resolution
2 GB of RAM
Processor: Pentium 4
Operating System: Windows® XP
Hard Disk Space: 4GB
Internet Connection: Broadband Internet Connection
Internet Explorer® 8.0
CPU: 3.20 GHz (others may run at a lower speed)
Graphics: 633 MHz DirectX® 8
RAM: 1GB

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